london - Survivors of the deadly fire in Grenfell Tower in London are being assigned new homes. The government followed Wednesday announced the BBC had purchased 68 apartments in a luxury property complex.
According to UK broadcasting, the cheapest housing properties in the complex cost 1.5 million pounds (about 1.7 million euros). The building in Kensington, according to the developer's website, includes a private cinema, though it is unclear whether the new residents can make use of all the facilities.
The 'new social housing' for survivors of the fire is delivered according to the authorities at the end of July. The government stressed that extra money was deducted to make the apartments more suitable for occupation.
After the fire in the residential tower, the authorities received a storm of criticism about themselves. For years, nothing would have been done with residents' complaints about the lack of fire safety in the building, where this month certainly killed 79 people.